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The Legacy of Charity's Children Nominated for Best Nonfiction Podcast at the Miami Web Fest



(MIAMI, FL, May 2, 2024) - The Legacy of Charity's Children, a captivating podcast series chronicling the lives of early Ohio settlers and their descendants, has been announced as an Official Selection of the Miami Web Fest. Additionally, the podcast has been nominated for Best Nonfiction Podcast at the prestigious festival.


Miami Web Fest, known as the Film Festival for Web Series, showcases the hottest new web series content from around the world. The event, taking place from May 2-5, 2024, attracts Miami’s vast and multicultural community of arts enthusiasts. It provides a platform for independently produced shows to be discovered by a wider audience before they reach big television networks and media entities. Attendees also have the opportunity to mingle with stars of the New Digital Age at some of Miami's most exclusive hotspots.


"Being selected for Miami Web Fest and nominated for Best Nonfiction Podcast is an incredible honor," said Patricia Smith Griffin, creator and narrator of The Legacy of Charity's Children. "It's a testament to the power of storytelling and the importance of preserving our history through digital narratives. And in a state where teaching African American history is challenged, the Miami Web Fest recognition of women and minority histories is profoundly inspiring.”


Miami Web Fest proudly presents an eclectic collection of podcasts submitted by innovative minds from around the globe. From thrilling dramas and enlightening documentaries to captivating storytelling and insightful interviews, the festival offers a glimpse into the future of new media.


The Legacy of Charity's Children, created by Smith Griffin, explores the generational journey of the Davis/Broady family through family archives, oral history, and historical records. Selected for the prestigious 2023 Urban Mediamakers Film Festival, the podcast series has garnered acclaim for its insightful storytelling and historical significance.


For more information about The Legacy of Charity's Children, visit www.charityschildren.org. For media inquiries, please contact La’Chris Robinson Jordan at lachris@lachrisrobinsonjordan.com



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